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Grace Mary

 

Primary School

Learning and Growing Together, Hand in Hand
Learning and Growing Together, Hand in Hand

Year 4H

Hello and welcome to 4H!

Homework due in Tuesday 27th June 2017.

 

Your homework this week is to use the knowledge you have learnt in Maths to interpret data from a bar chart.

Below is a picture of the chart along with the questions!

 

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Important Information

 
  • P.E is on Thursdays. Full Grace Mary PE kits need to be in school on this day (we encourage the children to take PE kits home at the end of every half term so that the children do not have to miss their PE lessons)

  • Friday afternoons is still Skills - this is when the children are able to learn life skills and talents and where new talents shine brightly - some children will also need their PE kits for this session (another reason we encourage kits to be left at school)

  • Home reading books are changed on a Tuesday and Thursday

  • The children are given termly and weekly homework. Homework set on a Friday should be returned by a Tuesday (spare homework sheets are available for children to access should they wish)

Any problems with homework, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs Parkes or Miss Hughes.

 

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Here is a bit more information about the super duper Miss Hughes!

 

"Hello, I'm Miss Hughes - Year 4H class teacher. I've worked at Grace Mary for just over 4 years now; I started in May 2012 and I'm still happily here! I gained my qualifications at Halesowen College and then progressed up to the University of Worcester where I gained my degree. My favourite subjects in school have got to be SPaG (which really helps the children's English writing) and Science! I love them - I'm really passionate about them.

In my spare time, I love swimming and shopping - what girl doesn't? - and I've recently found a love of cooking. My favourite animals are rabbits - I have one of my own, Purdi. This means I can't leave without mentioning the dog too - Angel the Springer Spaniel."

 

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This term in 4H, we are studying What it's like to be British!

 

The children have really got involved with their learning and have produced some fabulous writing and have even taken their new learning home and produced some outstanding pieces of homework! The quality is just amazing!

 

We will be looking at every aspect of British life and what that means for us. We are looking forward to learning more about our wonderful nation!

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